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Ibanez WT80

Solid-State Combo Guitar Amp from Ibanez .

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JagadJagad

an air of AD 120

Ibanez WT80Published on 06/13/12 at 11:44
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
transistor amp 80 watts, reverb and chorus

UTILIZATION

knobs: gain, tone, treble, middle, bass, chorus, reverb, volume, headphone jack, audio input. everything looks extremely simple at first, but asked to be tamed beast, requires active electronics, but once likened it to, it's a real treat, all kinds of stamps are available, the more brilliant than "dark" but attention, the amp is made for clean sounds, even if it has a gain adjustment, this one only increases the volume. Good quality sound, with an optimal half course credit. 9/10

SOUNDS

for jazz and blues, this is good, but you have an adjustment period, the first day, I had the feeling of using an electro-acoustic guitar so......
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transistor amp 80 watts, reverb and chorus

UTILIZATION

knobs: gain, tone, treble, middle, bass, chorus, reverb, volume, headphone jack, audio input. everything looks extremely simple at first, but asked to be tamed beast, requires active electronics, but once likened it to, it's a real treat, all kinds of stamps are available, the more brilliant than "dark" but attention, the amp is made for clean sounds, even if it has a gain adjustment, this one only increases the volume. Good quality sound, with an optimal half course credit. 9/10

SOUNDS

for jazz and blues, this is good, but you have an adjustment period, the first day, I had the feeling of using an electro-acoustic guitar so the amp delivers a clear and transparent.
I use it with an epiphone sheraton, and with an Ibanez AF75 Artcore and it makes it a marvel. for clean sounds, you can get all kinds of shades, bright, warm, and cozy, but I recommend the use of double bobinages.lorsque by overflow I want dynamic sound "crunch" I use a pedal blakstar ht dual, and there is the power which is to go, great sounds available ... 9/10

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for two weeks, and I love it, I own quite a few other amps, all had lamps, and that is the only one who can deliver a very clear sound at high volume. very good price / quality ratio who wants to sound like a Roland JC 120 less. I would do it without hesitating choice. 9/10 ...
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  • Manufacturer: Ibanez
  • Model: WT80
  • Category: Solid-State Combo Guitar Amps
  • Added in our database on: 10/17/2011

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Other names: wt 80, wholetone80w, wholetone 80 w, wholetone80 w, wholet 1 80w, wholet 1 80w, wholet 1 80 w, wholet 1 80 w

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